Student Government

100th Session

At UNCG, we are committed to providing you with the support and opportunities needed to make the most of your university experience. For every challenge you may experience, there is a student support office that can help. Please reach out to any of these offices to help position yourself to succeed and grow at UNCG. We are happy to help!

Academic Resources

    • Academic Achievement Center
      023 Jackson Library,, (336)-334-3878
      Assist students with all aspects of academic planning and skill training. Offers academic tutoring and supplemental instruction in various 100-200 level courses.

    • New Student Transitions
      202 Forney Student Success Commons, (336)-334-5231
      Provide new students with programs and resources delivered through orientation programs, transition courses, and shared first year learning experiences.

    • Lloyd International Honors College
      205 Foust Building,, (336)-334-5538
      2-year experience that provides motivated, high achieving undergraduate students with an enhanced general education with an international focus.

    • Math Help Center
      Curry Building (Room 210), Monday-Friday
      Free tutoring to students enrolled in 100-200 level Mathematics and Statistics courses.

    • Computer Science Tutoring
      Petty Building (Room 211), Monday-Friday
      Free tutoring to students enrolled in any level Computer Science courses.

    • Writing Center
      3211 MHRA Building,, (336)-334-3281
      Free consultations to help students improve their writing skills.

    • Speaking Center
      3211 MHRA Building, (336)-256-1346
      Free consultations to help students improve their interpersonal communication and public speaking skills.

Financial Resources

    • Office of Financial Aid & Scholarships
      159 Mossman Building,, (336)-334-5702
      Assist with questions regarding FAFSA, applying for financial aid, scholarships, loans, work study, etc.

    • Cashier’s Office
      151 Mossman Building,, (336)-334-5831
      Assist with questions regarding bills, tuition, refunds, payment plans, student loans, and other campus-based charges etc.

Wellness Support Resources

    • UNCG Campus Police
      1200 Gate City Blvd, Emergency: (336)-334-4444), Non-Emergency: (336)-334-5963
      Offers proactive, professional law enforcement services to the UNCG community. Provides 24-hour contact with the Counseling Center, Dean of Students Office, and other resources.

    • Anna M. Gove Student Health Center
      107 Gray Drive, (336)-334-5340
      Offers quality primary health care services to the UNCG student community. Contact this office for help with immunization and insurance verifications.

    • Counseling & Psychological Services
      107 Gray Drive, (336)-334-5874
      Offers quality wellness and preventative care to the UNCG student community. Services include individual, couples, and group therapy, crisis intervention, consultation, screenings, and outreach activities.

    • Spartan Recovery Program
      107 Gray Drive,, (336)-334-4559
      Focuses on creating a network of recovery support services for students in any phase of alcohol or drug addiction.

    • Psychology Clinic
      1100 W. Market Street, (336)-334-5662
      Outpatient facility offering quality mental health services including psychological evaluations and testing, and individual or group therapy.

    • Dean of Students
      210 Elliott University Center, (336)-334-5514
      Sponsors a variety of programs and opportunities including Partners Assisting the Homeless and Hungry Spartans (PATHS), Spartan Open Pantry, crisis management, care meetings, and more.

    • Spartan Open Pantry
      509 Tate Street (College Place United Methodist Church), (336)-334-5119
      UNC Greensboro’s food pantry for students and staff in need of assistance.

    • Office of Accessibility Resources & Services
      Elliot University Center (Suite 215),, (336)-334-5440
      Works to ensure that programs and facilities at UNCG are accessible, providing reasonable accommodations to students with disabilities.

    • Leonard J. Kaplan Center for Wellness
      212 Kaplan Center,, (336)-334-5924
      Student recreation center accommodating high-demand activities such as cardiovascular fitness, group fitness, free weights, weight machines, and informal recreation.

    • Military & Veteran Services
      150 Spring Garden Apartments, (336)-334-5632
      Coordinates services for veterans, active duty military personnel, and their dependents, serving as a liaison and advocate for military affiliated students.

Advising Resources

    • Students First Office
      101 Forney Student Success Commons,, (336)-334-5730
      Assist students with academic advising, academic recovery, university appeals, and graduation planning.

    • Registrar’s Office
      180 Mossman Building,, (336)-334-5946
      Maintain and process academic records for all current and former students. Issue official transcripts, coordinate course enrollment and registration.

    • Career & Professional Development
      Elliot University Center (1st Floor),, (336)-334-5454
      Help students clarify their major and career goals, find internships, and prepare for job searches.

Other Resources

    • Housing & Residence Life
      201 Gray Drive (Ragsdale/Mendenhall),, (336)-334-5636
      Works to create an inclusive and secure on-campus residential environment, assisting students with housing related accommodations.

    • Dean of Students
      210 Elliott University Center, (336)-334-5514
      Assess student concerns, connecting students to appropriate resources, offering options, and providing information on University policies and procedures.

    • Title IX Office
      Elliot University Center (Room 238),, (336)-256-0362
      Responds to all alleged reports of sexual misconduct, sexual harassment, gender discrimination, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking.

    • Office of Intercultural Engagement
      Elliot University Center (Suite 062), (336)-334-5090
      Offers co-curricular programs and activities in collaboration with various campus and community partners rooted in values of diversity, equity, and inclusion.

    • Office of Student Rights & Responsibilities
      Elliot University Center (Room 236B), (336)-334-4640
      Upholds the rights of students in areas that violate University policy including discipline, attendance, academic integrity, discrimination, and harassment.